KET KY TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for KET KY in the Pdcah

This is the KET KY TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Pdcah. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

8:30 AMHeadwaters 
The 1989 strike against the Pittston (Va.) Coal Company and its impact on miners, their families and the community. Included: footage of strikers.
9:30 AMbookclub@ket 
Host Bill Goodman discusses author Gurney Norman's collection of short stories “Kinfolks: The Wilgus Stories” with a panel of readers.
10:00 AMKentucky Collectibles 
Antiques and collectibles are appraised.
10:30 AMKentucky Afield 
Showcasing the best fishing, hunting, and wildlife-related recreation Kentucky has to offer.
11:00 AMKentucky Life 
Kentucky's history and heritage are explored. Included: the state's historic sites and natural beauty; and its artists and musicians.
11:30 AMTim Farmer's Country Kitchen 
Tim Farmer explores traditional food preparation using Kentucky-grown, Kentucky-raised ingredients.
12:00 PMLanham Brothers Jamboree 
A family show featuring dance, skits and bluegrass, country and gospel music. Included: performances by the house band and Barry Lanham's Foot Stompin Express Cloggers.
12:30 PMThe Hilltoppers 
The 1950's singing quartet that originated at Western Kentucky University is profiled.
1:00 PMConnections With Renee Shaw 
Host Renee Shaw and a variety of interesting and engaging people explore a broad array of topics impacting Kentucky and the world.
1:30 PMAppalshop @ 40: Classics From the Collection 
Remastered films explore aspects of Appalachia.
2:30 PMKentucky Life 
Kentucky's history and heritage are explored. Included: the state's historic sites and natural beauty; and its artists and musicians.
3:00 PMHemp State 
4:00 PMPaul G. Blazer - The Man Behind the Legend 
Exploring the life of Paul G. Blazer, founder, former president and CEO of Ashland, Inc. In 1924, at age 34, he founded Ashland Refining Company, later named Ashland Oil and Refining Company, which became Kentucky's largest corporation. Blazer was an early proponent of racial equality, made funds available for college students, and was a driving force in the creation of Kentucky Educational Television.
5:00 PMHeadwaters 
The 1989 strike against the Pittston (Va.) Coal Company and its impact on miners, their families and the community. Included: footage of strikers.
6:00 PMbookclub@ket 
Host Bill Goodman discusses author Gurney Norman's collection of short stories “Kinfolks: The Wilgus Stories” with a panel of readers.
6:30 PMKentucky Collectibles 
Antiques and collectibles are appraised.
7:00 PMKentucky Afield 
Showcasing the best fishing, hunting, and wildlife-related recreation Kentucky has to offer.
7:30 PMKentucky Life 
Kentucky's history and heritage are explored. Included: the state's historic sites and natural beauty; and its artists and musicians.
8:00 PMTim Farmer's Country Kitchen 
Tim Farmer explores traditional food preparation using Kentucky-grown, Kentucky-raised ingredients.
8:30 PMLanham Brothers Jamboree 
A family show featuring dance, skits and bluegrass, country and gospel music. Included: performances by the house band and Barry Lanham's Foot Stompin Express Cloggers.

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